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  • Federal spending in Maryland declines

    Federal spending in Maryland dropped by nearly $1.4 billion last year — a setback for a state economy built largely on Washington dollars and a likely omen, analysts say, of further austerity to come. The pullback, which was revealed in census...
  • Ronald J. Schaefer

    Ronald J. Schaefer
    Ronald J. Schaefer, a retired Northrop Grumman Corp. contracts manager and avid bicyclist, died Oct. 6 of prostate cancer at his Timonium home. He was 78. The son of a Glenn L. Martin Co. quality-control manager and a homemaker, Mr. Schaefer was born...
  • Northrop Grumman to cut 800 jobs, most in Md.

    Northrop Grumman to cut 800 jobs, most in Md.
    Northrop Grumman Corp.'s plan to eliminate as many as 800 jobs — the second steep reduction for the Linthicum-based Electronic Systems division this year — could presage cutbacks by other federal contractors and further blows to the state's...
  • Grumman layoffs a reflection on Md.'s business climate

    Northrop Grumman Corp.'s plan to cut 800 jobs from its Linthicum-based Electronics Systems division is just another example in a long line of business decisions resulting from the manifest anti-business sentiment in Annapolis. Northrop Grumman is the...
  • Turnover at the workplace is on the rise

    Turnover at the workplace is on the rise
    A year ago, Washington marketing associate Tara Miller felt lucky just to have a job in her field. So while she wanted to work in Baltimore — where she could be closer to her boyfriend — Miller stayed put at her job in D.C. But by March of...
  • Space shuttle loss hurts Lockheed, other NASA stocks

    As NASA continued to investigate the shuttle Columbia's disintegration and ponder the future of the nation's manned space program, Wall Street seemed to draw its own conclusion yesterday and punished stocks of the shuttle's manufacturers - along with...
  • County braces for growth amid military change

    Anne Arundel County officials said the announcement of 5,300 jobs at Fort Meade fits their belief that the western portion of the county will be a center for population and business growth over the next 20 years. "It's reassuring to have this...
  • Love of beer is main ingredient in family business

    Love of beer is main ingredient in family business
    Different families bond over different hobbies. Some are brought together by sports, movies, music or food. But the Dufresne family unites over a pint of beer. The Huntington Beach residents love the libation so much that they decided about a year and a...
  • Chesapeake Arts names new president

    The Chesapeake Arts Center recently elected Northrop Grumman executive Robin Sokoksi as president of its Board of Directors. The Ellicott City resident is the interim director for Program Management Homeroom, and mission assurance director for the...
  • In response to Ferguson, Obama orders review of police use of military hardware

    In response to Ferguson, Obama orders review of police use of military hardware
    President Obama has ordered a review of the distribution of military hardware to state and local police out of concern at how such equipment has been used during racial unrest in Ferguson, Missouri. The president ordered the examination of federal...
  • Obama orders review of police use of military hardware

    EDGARTOWN Mass./WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Barack Obama has ordered a review of the distribution of military hardware to state and local police out of concern at how such equipment has been used during racial unrest in Ferguson, Missouri....
  • Exclusive: Lockheed, suppliers brainstorm how to lower F-35 operating costs

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Lockheed Martin Corp met with 90 key suppliers last week to brainstorm ways to lower the long-term cost of operating and maintaining the F-35 fighter jets from the Pentagon's current forecast of $1.02 trillion through 2065. Top...